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by the judge there, richard herman. >> extremely bold. the judge wrote a scathing -- judge kessler wrote a scathing decision about how the tobacco companies of big tobacco defrauded united states citizens. what she's doing is calling them out. she's saying, listen, you now have to tell the public the truth. you have to say yes, we lied to you. yes, for instance, low tar cigarettes or light cigarettes, there's no benefit to that. that is just one instance. the judge is making them put the corrective measures in advertising campaigns and in some instances on cigarettes themselves. will it work? will it do anything? the people that smoke, deb, i don't know if it's going to turn them away or not. >> sure it will. >> it's a bold move. >> let me ask you. this is fascinating. and you and i were talking about this. they've got to put a lot of information, including that smoking kills, that it sort of changes how the brain works. there are a lot of points that they're going to have to convey basically saying, look, we know. it's not good for you. buy it anyway. >> that's right. that's right. i do
years ago. >> this is a miracle. >> the owner of the dog the house's friend dan kessler. he's working ooze an assistant college swim coach. he could not believe it either. kessler lost the dog years ago while working in raleigh. he was spooked during a thunderstorm and never returned. eventually the dog was flown out to arizona to be reunited with his owner. it seems all those years ba had been thinking about kessler too. >> there's little commands that he knew were me that he remembered and picked up on. >> reporter: a lot of misplaced pets come through these halls, waiting to get home. >> all of these animals are available for adoption. >> reporter: for davis, ba's story is a first. >> there was an angel watching out for this dog for seven years. that is one lucky dog. >> and that is one great idea to have a chip in those dogs. that was wral reporter reporting for us. >>> and actor dustin hoffman is in the nation's capital to collect his award. i'm only in my 60's... i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i looke
are still in the hospital but they are said to be recovering. so i am joined now by sergeant john kessler, and sergeant matt brookbacker, of the aurora police department, they were the two policemen who came to this family's aid. congratulations, gentlemen. you are both heros in everybody's book. although i know that's difficult for you to digest this morning. sergeant kessler, i am going to begin with you. you were actually off duty, working at a walmart. i understand that is behind this street at the time of the accident. can you describe to me how you found out and what happened? >> well, while i was working the police radio dispatched out an accident involving a pedestrian nearby and i walked outside to see if i could see what was going on and a lady came up running to me and said there's a lady pinned under a car and pointing back towards the street or the parking lot. i ran down and found the lady underneath the car in the street. >> and sergeant brookbacker, how did you get involved? what happened? >> i was a patrol supervisor and heard the dispatch call and responded. and i was on
limbaugh's "the great destroyer," charles kessler's i am the change, obama's america, quite critical of president obama. do these books sell well? >> they do largely because they serve rightly or wrongly as a counterpoint. many readers wish to buy into at and as a result of these books have a very active audience and president obama has been reelected, i am sure these publishers with conservative inference or conservatively inclined will predict to sell well and they will continue to appeal to an audience that demand these books. >> have you interviewed these critical of others? >> no. let's see. glen beck, but he is not recently taken on exactly president obama. sort of interesting. this is generally true, whoever's in power in the white house, the opposite political slant does better. liberal democrat in the white house, when there's a conservative in the white house, president bush, critical of the president and do better. it was being questioned about jobs or something and he said look what i'm doing for the book industry because there were so many books out, critical of him, the
logic of this claim escapes me. apparently, it also escaped "washington post" fact checker glenn kessler. he described the reasoning supporting such a claim as a rube goldberg phenomenon. the postwas unable -- the "post" was unable to find any academic study supporting that convoluted logic. there is good reason "the post" could not find such a study. the focus of most economic research in this area focuses the degree to which tax increases lower economic growth and tax decreases increase economic growth. there is considerable debate within this research, but it's difficult to find any suggesting that tax increases are good and decreases are bad for the economy. now that i have explained these myths to you and hopefully corrected these myths, i hope that we have a more constructive discussion on averting this fiscal cliff. republicans have already stated they are willing to accept some new revenue. speaker boehner has put $800 billion in new revenues on the table. however, we still not have heard from any sub substantive ideas m the president or other leading democrats about cuts to spen
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